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7-1 Why prefix or post fix notations are used in computers?
In ACSL Contest Prep
8.1 What are bit strings? What do we use bit strings for?
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1.1 Converting numbers among different bases
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wangernestrdragon
Dec 15, 2018
1)42 2)21 3)20026 4)B 5)-12
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3.1 What is a function? What is a recursive function?
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Dec 08, 2018
1) 79 2)6 3)345
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7.1 What is a function or method?
In Introduction to Java
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Nov 17, 2018
import java.io.IOException; import java.io.FileReader; import java.util.*; class Hours { public static double getHours(int start, int end) { double hours=0; hours=((end-start)*0.5); return hours; } public static int getTime(String time) { int end = 0; switch(time) { case "A": end = 10;break; case "B": end = 11;break; case "C": end = 12;break; case "D": end = 13;break; case "E": end = 14;break; case "F": end = 15;break; case "G": end = 16;break; case "H": end = 17;break; default:end = Integer.parseInt(time); } return end; } public static double getRate(int location) { double rate = 0; if (location<=199 && location>=100) { rate = 10.00; } if (location<=299 && location>=200) { rate = 7.50; } if (location<=399 && location>=300) { rate = 9.25; } if (location<=499 && location>=400) { rate = 6.75; } if (location<=599 && location>=500) { rate = 8.00; } return rate; } public static double getORate(int location) { double Orate = 0; if (location<=199 && location>=100) { Orate = 15.00; } if (location<=299 && location>=200) { Orate = 15.00; } if (location<=399 && location>=300) { Orate = 10.50; } if (location<=499 && location>=400) { Orate = 13.50; } if (location<=599 && location>=500) { Orate = 12.00; } return Orate; } public static void main(String[] args)throws IOException { Scanner data =new Scanner(new FileReader("data/Data.TXT")); //for(int i = 0;i<4;i++) { for(int e = 0; e<2;e++) { int location = data.nextInt(); System.out.println(location); int day = data.nextInt(); System.out.println(day); double hours = getHours(getTime(data.next()),getTime(data.next())); System.out.println(hours); if (location<=199 && location>=100) { if (hours>5) { System.out.println((getORate(location)*(hours-5)+(5*getRate(location)))); } else { System.out.println((hours*getRate(location))); } } if (location<=299 && location>=200) { if (hours>6) { System.out.println((getORate(location)*(hours-5)+(5*getRate(location)))); } else { System.out.println((hours*getRate(location))); } } if (location<=399 && location>=300) { if (hours>4) { System.out.println((getORate(location)*(hours-5)+(5*getRate(location)))); } else { System.out.println((hours*getRate(location))); } } if (location<=499 && location>=400) { if (day==1||day==7) { System.out.println((getORate(location)*(hours))); } else { System.out.println((hours*getRate(location))); } } if (location<=599 && location>=500) { if (hours>6) { System.out.println((getORate(location)*(hours-6)+(6*getRate(location)))); } else { System.out.println((hours*getRate(location))); } } } data.nextLine(); System.out.println(); } } }
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C9 Arrays and Loops in Actions
In Introduction to Java
Lab 1-2: a Robot - Classes and Objects Project
In AP Computer Science A
wangernestrdragon
Oct 20, 2018
What does j%5==2 mean again?
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Classes and objects review: Project Draft Picks
In AP Computer Science A
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Oct 14, 2018
is the salary yearly?
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2.12 - Conversion among binary, octal and hexadecimal numbers
In Introduction to Java
2.10 - What are binary numbers?
In Introduction to Java
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